Make the most of your visit!
Golf lovers staying at our hotel will enjoy discounts at the Añoreta Golf course, 30 kilometers from the hotel. In addition, Baviera Golf facilities, 12 kilometers away, are another option if you want to practice your swing.
Routes 4 × 4
Walk through the Natural Park of the Sierras Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama in a 4 × 4 or walking and discover the great variety of flora and fauna that host these lands, do Kayak or Padel Surf in the beaches, Caving or Canyoning, for more information contact them:
Passion for equestrian
La Axarquía is an idyllic setting to walk with the horses of Mosquín. A tour of the mountains where you can discover new routes and landscapes, as well as enjoy the fresh air.
Explore the region by motorbike
Live a different experience exploring the mountain by motorcycle with an expert guide in the area who will accompany you to make the experience unforgettable. You can set up routes for several days and visits to different towns.
If you prefer to walk the sierra, we will put you in touch with an expert who knows ancient roads. In addition, we work with several active tourism agencies that offer various options: mountain biking, spelunking, canyoning, kayaking … You can find information about these activities in the following links:
Bike Hire Tours and Holidays
Cyclemalaga is based in the village of Competa, Malaga. We do not have a shop front however our storage facilities are in Competa and we deliver bikes directly to your holiday accommodation. You can rent high quality carbon racing bikes, mountain bikes & electric mountain bikes allowing you to explore the stunning countryside around the white villages.
Cómpeta is much more
Take a walk around the Hotel and discover impossible alleys and balconies full of flowers, the Almijara Square with its reformed Tower of the fifteenth century and reaches the viewpoint of the “Hanging Houses”. Take pictures of the town built on the mountain with the Sierra Tejeda in the background. Visit the Cómpeta museum, where you will discover how the houses were decorated when there was no light or water. We also recommend that you approach the Museum of Holy Week, which still keeps old figures that were used in Holy Week, costumes of different saints and other relics. Also discover the new Room Costumes Epoca, you will be fascinated.